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I'm having a similar problem; when I click on a hyperlink, it colors the font purple. It stays that way in the compiled project and it looks terrible with some links blue (what I want) and some purple. I was just about to dive into the style sheet, but you don't think that's the problem. I'm going to look anyway. I'll post my finding. -david
Yup! in the style sheet, style "hyperlink (visited)". Hope you have a similarly easy solution.
Unfortunately, mine's not that simple--I checked that already. :(
Take a look at Snippet 27 on my site. As well as being defined in the style sheet, they must be defined in a specific order.
I have the same problem. One thing I have noticed is that the A:Link and A:Visited code doesn't exist in the stylesheet.
Have you checked your browser settings (Internet Options in IE) to be sure it is displaying colors specified on the page, rather than overriding them with colors selected in the browser dialog?
If your style sheet doesn't specifically have settings for link and visited (and you don't have any in the topic itself), your browser will use its own default (which for visited in IE is purple),
a: settings in the style sheet should follow the LoVHAte ordering principle: